The genre dates back to Edgar Allan Poe, but social media and a lack of public faith in criminal justice have changed the stakes for modern stories like The Jinx and Serial.
Rick and the Alexandrians worked to keep up their spirits—and the community’s walls.
The most remarkable thing about the episode’s big moment was how unremarkable it was.
Abraham, Daryl, and Sasha’s detour was … eventful.
Removing the author’s image from the World Fantasy Award trophy signals that the genre is able to be inclusive to writers of color.
The streaming service will tackle a true-crime story in the 10-part documentary series.
The show continued to ignore the biggest question on its fans’ minds and instead served up 45 sleepy minutes.
Before finding the group in Alexandria, Morgan learned some life lessons from a cheese maker.
Spoilers ahead for season six, episode three The Walking Dead is literally a show about millions of people…
Everything goes wrong as Rick, Michonne, and Glenn try to deal with the zombie horde.
J.K. Rowling reveals her new play will be the eighth story in the series, and will focus on Harry’s youngest son, Albus Severus.
R.L. Stine’s beloved children’s horror series cared equally about its boy and girl characters. The same can’t be said for the film adaptation.
While many of Alexandria’s strongest fighters were away dealing with a zombie horde, those left behind faced a different threat.
AMC’s hit apocalyptic drama finds its band of survivors trying to avert disaster after disaster.
Everyone on this show deserves better.
ABC’s hit show about an Asian American family returns for a second season in a TV landscape that desperately needs it.
The Austrian psychological thriller masterfully inflates the tiny horrors of the relationship between parent and child.
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Everyone who’s watched USA’s fantastic breakout show Mr. Robot—whose finale ended moments ago—generally agrees that the performance of Rami…
The TV reboot of Wes Craven’s classic horror franchise didn’t reinvent the genre, but pop-culture references and measured campiness made it fun to watch.
The HBO miniseries’ tragic final act concludes with residents moving into their new homes.